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The Dr. David Patterson Collection of New Zealand Chalon Heads continued...

1857-63 Chalon Issue, Imperforate, Unwmkd. - 6d-1sh Issues continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
6101 16 imageNew Zealand, 1858, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1s dull emerald green, imperf. Unwatermarked, neatly tied by barred oval on small piece showing "Lyttelton, New-Zealand, DE 3, 1860" rimless, clear to full even margins, strong color, Very Fine and choice example of this scarce shade. Scott No. 10e. Campbell Paterson No. A6c (1).
SG No. 16; £1,800 ($2,360). (Image1)

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SG £1,800 ($2,360)

SOLD for $1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
6102 o 16 var. imageNew Zealand, 1858, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1s dull emerald green, imperf., overlap variety. Unwatermarked, huge top overlap margin single, cancelled by clear numeral "17" barred oval of Christchurch, large margins on right and bottom, touched at left, deep intense color on fresh paper, Very Fine and rare 1s overlap margin single with stunning color. Scott No. 10e var. Campbell Paterson No. A6c (1) var.
SG No. 16 var.; £1,800 ($2,360).

Provenance: Marcel Stanley. (Image1)

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SG £1,800 ($2,360)

SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
6103 16 imageNew Zealand, 1858, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1s dull emerald green, imperf. Unwatermarked. Clear to large margins, deep rich color on bright paper, tied by numeral "18" barred oval, matching "Dunedin, Otago, AP 21" origin backstamp on reduced blue legal-size cover front with two flaps reattached to Wellington, partial Apr. 29, 1862 arrival cds, Very Fine use with a beautiful stamp. Scott No. 10e. Campbell Paterson No. A6c (1).
SG No. 16; Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.

Provenance: Marcel Stanley, Robson Lowe, November 1977, lot 556.

ONE OF ONLY THREE RECORDED 1857 1S EMERALD-GREEN USAGES, AND ONE OF ONLY TWO RECORDED DOMESTIC USAGES OF THE 1858 1S IMPERF ISSUE.

This usage is prepaid 1s for a letter weighing between 2 and 3 ounces.
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Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,350.00
Will close during Public Auction
6104 16 imageNew Zealand, 1858, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1s dull emerald green, imperf. Unwatermarked. Large margins except clear at left, used with 2d blue (10), full to large margins except in at bottom right corner, each cancelled by numeral "1" barred oval, matching "Auckland, New-Zealand, AP 18, 1861" backstamp on cover to Providence R.I., magenta "8" pence credit to G.B. marking, red London Paid (7.22) cds and matching "16/Cents" credit exchange handstamp, black "N.York Am. Pkt. '5' Jul 6" debit cds, Very Fine and early prepaid use to the United States, with 1995 B.P.A. certificate. Scott No. 10e. Campbell Paterson No. A6c (1).
SG No. 16; Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.

Provenance: Joseph Hackmey, Spink Shreves, May 2010, lot 2131.

ONE OF ONLY THREE RECORDED 1857 1S EMERALD-GREEN USAGES, AN EXCEPTIONAL FRANKING PREPAYING THE 1S 2D RATE TO THE UNITED STATES VIA SUEZ AND THE U.K.

There are only three covers recorded with the emerald-green and four recorded with the blue-green shade, primarily to pay rates on letters to the United Kingdom. Only two domestic covers are known. The cover offered here is the only 1858 1s issue used to the United States and the earliest recorded with stamps paying the postage.

References: Illustrated in Odenweller as part of figure 3.9, p. 42.
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Est. $3,000-4,000
CLOSED
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6105 () 17 imageNew Zealand, 1857, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1s blue green, imperf. Unwatermarked, unused without gum, full to large margins, beautiful bright color and impression, Extremely Fine and choice, with 2012 Odenweller certificate. Scott No. 10. Campbell Paterson No. A6c (2).
SG No. 17; £17,000 ($22,340).

Provenance: Paul Kruger (private sale).

A STUNNING EXAMPLE OF THE RARE 1857 1S BLUE-GREEN IMPERF ISSUE, SURELY ONE OF THE FINEST RECORDED EXAMPLES. (Image1)

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SG £17,000 ($22,340)

SOLD for $19,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
6106 o 17 imageNew Zealand, 1857, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1s blue green, imperf. Unwatermarked, neat strike of "Drury, Sep 62" town cds, wide margins at right and bottom to barely touched at left, remarkable intense color on bright paper, F.-V.F. and rare town cancel on the 1s value. Scott No. 10. Campbell Paterson No. A6c (2).
SG No. 17; £1,800 ($2,360).

Drury is a rural town near Auckland where coal mining was established in the 1850s and used as a military outpost during the Maori wars.
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SG £1,800 ($2,360)

SOLD for $350.00
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6107 o 17 imageNew Zealand, 1857, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1s blue green, imperf. Unwatermarked, horizontal pair, each lightly cancelled by numeral "18" barred oval of Dunedin, full to large margins except touched at right top, bright color and paper; some thins, F.-V.F. appearance and scarce pair. Scott No. 10. Campbell Paterson No. A6c (2).
SG No. 17; £3,600 as singles ($4,730). (Image1)

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SG £3,600 as singles ($4,730)

SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
6108 17 imageNew Zealand, 1857, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1s blue green, imperf. Unwatermarked. Large margins except nick at top, used with 1862 6d black-brown (41), three margins, each cancelled by indistinct numeral "17" barred oval, matching "Christchurch, Canterbury, JU 9, 1862" backstamp on registered cover to Arlesford, Hants, England, red double-circle "Registered, No., Canterbury, N.Z." with reversed "Z" and manuscript number "485", Lyttelton (6.10) transit and red London Registered (8.22) oval datestamp, Alresford (8.22) transit backstamp; both stamps with defects, Fine and rare use, with 2013 R.P.S.N.Z. certificate. Scott No. 10. Campbell Paterson No. A6c (2).
SG No. 17; Estimate $750 - 1,000.

Provenance: Dr. Adam Hunter, Stanley Gibbons, July 1980
John Woolfe, Spink, October 2006, lot 209
Len Jury, Spink, October 2015, lot 2179
.

THE ONLY RECORDED EXAMPLE OF THE CANTERBURY REGISTRY DOUBLE-CIRCLE HANDSTAMP.

Reference: This cover is mentioned on page 243 of Vol. VII of the RPSNZ handbook.

The "Z" of "NZ" in the Canterbury Registered double-circle handstamp is reversed.
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Est. $750-1,000
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1857-63 Chalon Issue, Serrated Perf. 16/18 at Nelson , Unwmkd.
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
6109 o 22 imageNew Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d dull orange, serrated perf 16/18. Unwatermarked, cancelled by numeral "15" barred oval of Nelson, showing serrations on all sides; small thin at top, Very Fine appearance, with 1973 R.P.S.L. certificate. Scott No. 7b. Campbell Paterson No. A1d (W).
SG No. 22; £5,000 ($6,570).

A RARE EXAMPLE OF THE 1858 1D RICHARDSON PRINTING ON WHITE PAPER WITH ROULETTING TRIAL SEPARATION. (Image1)

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SG £5,000 ($6,570)

SOLD for $5,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
6110 24 imageNew Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 6d brown, serrated perf 16-18. Unwatermarked, showing serrating on all four sides, top being inside design, tied by numeral "15" barred oval of Wellington on small gray piece with red "London, Paid, SP 18 62" cds below, Very Fine, with 1958 R.P.S.L. certificate. Scott No. 9b. Campbell Paterson No. A5a (V).
SG No. 24; £3,500 ($4,600).

Provenance: Major Henry Dumas, Spink, March 2000, lot 103.

A RARE EXAMPLE OF THE 1862 6D BROWN WITH TRIAL SEPARATIONS. (Image1)

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SG £3,500 ($4,600)

SOLD for $4,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
6111 o 26 imageNew Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1s blue green, serrated perf 16/18. Unwatermarked, sharp numeral "15" barred oval of Nelson, serrates showing on three sides, beautiful vibrant color; repaired at top left and tiny thins, Fine appearing example of this exceptionally rare trial separation, with 2017 R.P.S.N.Z. certificate. Scott No. 10b. Campbell Paterson No. A6c (V).
SG No. 26; £6,500 ($8,540). (Image1)

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SG £6,500 ($8,540)

SOLD for $1,900.00
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1862-64 Chalon Issue, Imperforate, Wmk. Large Star - 1d-2d Issues
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
6112 () 33 imageNew Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d bright orange vermilion, imperf. Large Star watermark, unused without gum, full to large even margins, deep radiant color, Extremely Fine and choice. Scott No. 11. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (1).
SG No. 33; £1,000 ($1,310). (Image1)

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SG £1,000 ($1,310)

SOLD for $800.00
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6113 () 33 var. imageNew Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d orange vermilion, imperf., Re-entry (R. 17/10). Large Star watermark, unused without gum, clear to large margins clear showing variety at bottom; small thin spot at top, Very Fine appearance, scarce plate variety. Scott No. 11 var. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (Z).
SG No. 33 var.; £1,000+ ($1,310). (Image1)

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SG £1,000+ ($1,310)

SOLD for $400.00
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6114 o 33 var. imageNew Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d orange vermilion, imperf, Re-entry (R. 5/8). Large Star watermark, large even margins all around, bright color and paper, neat numeral "1" barred oval of Auckland, fresh and Extremely Fine. Scott No. 11 var. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (Z).
SG No. 33 var.; £275 ($360). (Image1)

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SG £275 ($360)

SOLD for $190.00
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6115 o 33 var. imageNew Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d bright orange vermilion. Large Star watermark, large margins except clear at bottom, beautiful vibrant color on bright paper, light partial barred oval cancel, fresh and Very Fine. Scott No. 11 var. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (1).
SG No. 33 var.; £275 as normal ($360).

Provenance: Marcel Stanley. (Image1)

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SG £275 as normal ($360)

SOLD for $300.00
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6116 o 33 imageNew Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d orange vermilion, imperf. Large Star watermark, horizontal pair, large margins, deep vibrant color on bright paper, each cancelled by indistinct barred oval, an Extremely Fine pair with beautiful color. Scott No. 11. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (2).
SG No. 33; £550 as singles ($720). (Image1)

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SG £550 as singles ($720)

SOLD for $525.00
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6117 33 imageNew Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d orange vermilion, imperf. Large Star watermark. Margins largely all around, cancelled by numeral "1" barred oval, matching "Auckland, New-Zealand, SP 30 1862" rimless origin backstamp on gray cover to Calne, Kent, England, endorsed "Via Marseilles", boxed "Saved from the wreck of, the Colombo." handstamp also ties 1d, red London Paid (12.27) arrival cds, Calne (12.27) arrival backstamp; 1d lifted and hinged in place, two additional stamps now missing and with the space endorsed in pencil "Keep C. Tebay no Stp here C.T." in the hand of Mrs. Charlotte Tebay, the first lady member of the London Philatelic Society (now the R.P.S.L.), Fine appearance. Scott No. 11. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (2).
SG No. 33; Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.

Provenance: F.C. Krichauff, Robson Lowe, November 1947
H. Gordon Kaye, Christie's Robson Lowe, April 1991, lot 125
Joseph Hackmey, Spink Shreves, May 2010, lot 2195
.

ONE OF ONLY TWO SURVIVING NEW ZEALAND USAGES FROM THE P.&O. "COLUMBO" WRECK BEARING STAMPS.

The P&O "Colombo" wrecked on Minicoy Island in the Indian Ocean on November 19th 1862 in a heavy fog. All of the passengers and crew were safely put into boats and were taken care of on Minicoy Island until they were rescued by the "Ottawa" on Nov. 30th. The greater portion of the mail was recovered by divers, and, after careful drying, the letters were forwarded to their destinations. Those for London arriving either December 27th or 31st, 1862.
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Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,000.00
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6118 33 imageNew Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d orange vermilion, imperf. Large Star watermark. Large margins all around, used with 2d deep blue (70) and 6d black brown (75), both s.e. at top, each cancelled by strike of "O16" cancel, matching "Gold Field, Otago N.Z., MY 13, 63" origin backstamp on Duncan correspondence cover to Edinburgh, Scotland, endorsed "via Marseilles" at top left, bold "Dunedin, Otago, MY-15, 63" transit cds, Edinburgh (7.16) arrival backstamp; light vertical folds, Very Fine and choice. Scott No. 11. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (2).
SG No. 33; Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.

Provenance: ex-McNaught.

AN EXCEPTIONAL THREE-COLOR MIXED ISSUE FRANKING FROM GOLD FIELD AT THE 9D RATE VIA MARSEILLES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM. (Image1)

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Est. $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $2,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
6119 () 34 var. imageNew Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d vermilion, imperf, Re-entry (R. 18/6). Large Star watermark, unused without gum, clear to large margins, deep radiant color and strong impression, Very Fine. Scott No. 11e var. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (Z).
SG No. 34 var.; £750 ($980).

Provenance: Joseph Hackmey. (Image1)

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SG £750 ($980)

SOLD for $270.00
Will close during Public Auction
6120 35 imageNew Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d carmine vermilion, imperf. Large Star watermark, part o.g., large even margins, beautiful rich color, choice and Extremely Fine. Scott No. 11d. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (4).
SG No. 35; £450 ($590). (Image1)

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SG £450 ($590)

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction

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